Monthly Archives: December 2009

Consuming RESTful Services and utilizing Basic Authentication

  Introduction This article assumes you have already built some RESTful Service and now curious how to write client side code in order to access and consume that service. If you appear to be yet without such service, let’s take … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized - Common | 1 Comment

RESTful error handling

  I’m starting this new entry for the reason to clarify a basic misunderstanding while dealing with RESTful Services. In the last couple of days I was at least twice confronted with a very strange idea. The talk is about … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized - Common | Leave a comment

Creating RESTful .NET Services via ASP.NET MVC

A step-by-step guidance While turning attention to REST, the ASP.NET MVC programming model seems to be best suited for creating such Services. At least at a first glance. This is due to the reason, the major architectural style and the … Continue reading

Posted in Computer and Internet | 8 Comments